Crisply stamped from magnetic sheet metal the badge is affixed to uniform matching cloth by four prongs and backing plate.
Constructed of field-grey wool, the shoulder strap features a red rayon waffenfarbe piping denoting artillery service.
Envalope and corresponding letter (front and back) written by an officer of the 5/I Kriegslazarett-Abteilung 528 Regiment. Formed in 1942
Constructed of supple grey’d leather and black painted alloy, the goggles feature a fully intact adjustable elastic strap. Each of
Measuring approximately 15cm x 10.5cm, the postcard print features Knight’s Cross winner Werner Baumbach in shades of charcoal brown. The
Constructed of a high quality field-grey doeskin wool, this privately purchased visor features a single piece “saddled” crown encircled by
Issued to Unteroffizier Walter Strenge, Strenge served in the 11th company of the 46th Infantry Regiment as part of the Wehrmacht's 30th Infantry Division.
A decorated officer, Georg was posthumously promoted to Hauptmann of Panzer Regiment 1 following his death on November 30th 1943.
Also known as a Yule Lantern, this primitive candle holder was purposefully decorated with early pagan Germanic symbols. Individually created,
Measuring approximately 15cm x 10.5cm, the postcard print features Knight's Cross winner Helmuth Valtiner in shades of charcoal brown.
The award document issued by the Führer Headquarters, features Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel's signature (may be facsimile).
Instituted by Adolf Hitler in 1939 until 1941, the West Wall Medal was to recognize personnel who defended, built or planned fortifications on the western German border.